60s Pop, Rock & Soul
June 6, 2012
60s Pop, Rock & Soul: My Music is an all-new concert spectacular hosted by beloved icons Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits (“I’m Henry the Eighth, I Am”) and the late Davy Jones of The Monkees (“Daydream Believer”). 60s Pop, Rock & Soul airs June 6 at 11 p.m. on Eight, Arizona PBS.
The special features hits and favorites of the AM radio era: Paul Revere & The Raiders (“Kicks”), Gary Lewis & The Playboys (“This Diamond Ring”), The Kingsmen (“Louie, Louie”), The Ventures (“Hawaii Five-O”), Question Mark & The Mysterians (“96 Tears”) and Jefferson Starship (“Somebody to Love”).
Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations.
60s Pop, Rock & Soul features the following performances:
- “Daydream Believer” – Davy Jones
- “Kicks” – Paul Revere & The Raiders
- “Turn Around, Look at Me” – The Vogues
- “Somebody to Love” – Jefferson Starship
- “White Rabbit” – Jefferson Starship
- “Mr. Tambourine Man” – Roger McGuinn
- “Louie, Louie” – The Kingsmen
- “When a Man Loves a Woman” – Percy Sledge
- “A Summer Song” – Chad & Jeremy
- “Devil With a Blue Dress” – Mitch Ryder
- “Hawaii Five-O” – The Ventures
- “Ooo Baby Baby” – The Miracles
- “Knock on Wood” – Eddie Floyd
- “I'm Into Something Good“ – Peter Noone
- “I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am” – Peter Noone
- “There’s a Kind of Hush” – Peter Noone
- “This Diamond Ring” – Gary Lewis & The Playboys
- “96 Tears” – Question Mark & The Mysterians
- “Hey There Lonely Girl” – Eddie Holman
- “Na, Na, Hey, Hey, Goodbye” – Gary DeCarlo (STEAM)
- “Classical Gas” – Mason Williams
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